A monthly conversation with a different expert each time.
The Diary Of Design Thinking podcast is a monthly conversation with a different expert each time. These conversations touch upon the main topic of UX design, designers of all levels as well as engineers, UX researchers and so on. The main focus is on how they tackle projects within their organisation. Walking us through their workflow in terms of the end to end UX process techniques, design thinking and implementing best practices.
Therefore, the mission of this show is to gain value, real-life experiences and to share the knowledge so that you can apply it in your process today. And to gain inspiration to set up for your next interview perhaps.
Get inspired and stay curious.
The idea behind The Diary Of Design Thinking Podcast
After attending numerous interviews in the past, I noticed one theme, and I am sure you have as well. Interviewers often asked how I tackle typical projects and to talk them through my best case studies and workflow to get a grasp of how I work as a designer.
It was a lightbulb moment that went off in my head, where I thought this is interesting and wondered what sort of answers interviewers received from asking designers these sorts of questions. Therefore, I decided it would be beneficial to have a conversation with different designers, engineers and UX researchers to walk us through how they tackle current projects in their organisation, what their UX processes are, and the design thinking.
10. I’m on pause. – The Diary Of Design Thinking
- 10. I’m on pause.
- 9. The 4 principals towards building delightful products.
- 8. The art of career change with Tom Clarke, Junior Web Developer at Costa Coffee.
- 7. What it really takes to be a great leader with James Ferguson, Lead Product Designer at Vidsy.
- 6. How to design with intent to make things easier in our everyday lives with Kosta Laoudikos.
Simon Hoang is a UXer that centres around putting users at the core of product design. Passionate about user-centred design, and the impact it can have on people’s lives.
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